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Re: How many files have you rated?
JAKAS  Account Info

Hmmm, I've been dowlnoading off of these archives for over a year now. I must of gotten about 60 of the ones I've downloaded rated. Anyway, does anybody know when they'll actually be purging, or at least under what conditions?

Reply to this comment    17 March 2004, 19:48 GMT

Re: Re: How many files have you rated?
Justin McKinley  Account Info

They won't be deleting any files (unless the author requests it) anytime soon.

Reply to this comment    17 March 2004, 20:09 GMT


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Matt M Account Info

I'm glad to hear that. That was my big thing - NO FILES DELETED OR REJECTED (maybe some people remember the posts that had that 5-10 times and nothing more).

I still think we need subfolders or at least a way to sort by ratings or downloads.

Reply to this comment    17 March 2004, 20:53 GMT


Re: Re: How many files have you rated?
angelboy Account Info
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Right now, they only delete files that go against the policy and guidelines.

Reply to this comment    17 March 2004, 20:55 GMT

Re: How many files have you rated?
chemoautotroph Account Info
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39.1% for 0? Losers.

Reply to this comment    17 March 2004, 21:20 GMT

Re: Re: How many files have you rated?
CajunLuke Account Info

Or I haven't gotten around to it yet.

Reply to this comment    17 March 2004, 21:35 GMT


Re: Re: How many files have you rated?
Travis Evans Account Info

Um, I'm still, uh... getting around to it. ;)

Reply to this comment    20 March 2004, 21:21 GMT


Re: Re: Re: How many files have you rated?
Travis Evans Account Info

Okay, I've just rated 11 files (unless I lost count). Happy now? I'll rate more soon!

Reply to this comment    23 March 2004, 20:22 GMT

Re: How many files have you rated?
mindstorm23 Account Info

I just went and rated a file so that I wouldn't have say that I rated 0 files.

Reply to this comment    17 March 2004, 22:24 GMT


Re: Re: How many files have you rated?
jrock7286  Account Info

hehe...me too, except I rated over 10 so that I wouldn't even be in the 1-10 category...

Reply to this comment    17 March 2004, 23:10 GMT


Re: Re: Re: How many files have you rated?
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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Good idea :) I think I did about 30 or so yesterday. And hey, I have nothing else to do right now in AP Comp Sci... maybe I can do a few more. LOL

Reply to this comment    18 March 2004, 15:10 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: How many files have you rated?
jrock7286  Account Info
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hehe...I bet if we went through all your posts, we could figure out your class schedule over the past few years just because of your posting from in class...Not that I'm blaming you or anything...I do that in English 102, Diff-EQ, and Java class...
English: I just don't like. A mi no me gusta las clases de ingles. Me gusta mucho mas las clases de espanol. (I'm not going to bother trying to get the "en-yay", and accent marks...)
Math: I only do it after tests and stuff when I'm waiting for everyone else to finish.
Java: I'm just so freakin' far ahead that I can afford to play games for the next 5 weeks... ;)

Reply to this comment    18 March 2004, 18:08 GMT

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Joe Pemberton  Account Info
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>>A mi no me gusta las clases de ingles
me gustan*

Reply to this comment    18 March 2004, 21:12 GMT

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Konrad Meyer  Account Info
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You got told... lol.

Reply to this comment    19 March 2004, 03:09 GMT


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jrock7286  Account Info
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SHOOT!!! I checked it over like 6 times too...didn't want to offend any hispanics...gotta go study again...

Reply to this comment    24 March 2004, 01:30 GMT

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no_one_2000_  Account Info
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BTW, is alt 0,2,4,1 (memorzing the ASCII chart comes in handy ;-))

And I know what you mean about Java class. We have problem sets that take the whole class a week or so to do, but they only take me about 20 minutes. It's really sad. :-D Then, I have to go around the room, helping each person... *sigh* That's one of the few classes where everybody likes me--without me, they'd all fail (and it's true, too).

Reply to this comment    20 March 2004, 03:41 GMT


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Sam3.14 Account Info

A mi me gusta subir las cataratas con mi gallina.

Reply to this comment    24 March 2004, 14:23 GMT


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chemoautotroph Account Info
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I took AP Comp Sci last year when it was in C++, an obviously superior language. The A/B test was SUPER FREAKING EASY. Over 40% of the people that take it get 5's

Reply to this comment    18 March 2004, 19:09 GMT


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no_one_2000_  Account Info
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Wow. 40% got fives? I kinda wish that they hadn't changed it to Java. C++ is much more useful, in my opinion. Also, I don't really like the OOP stuff.

Reply to this comment    21 March 2004, 18:15 GMT


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jrock7286  Account Info
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Ummm...Java is an OOP (Object Oriented Programming) language as well...I don't know what you're learning but...nevermind ;)

Reply to this comment    24 March 2004, 01:32 GMT

Re: How many files have you rated?
Ben Cherry  Account Info
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i keep every program i download in a folder on my desktop called "calcgames" (but its not just games) so i just went through that folder using google search on the zip file name to rate every program in that folder that came off of ticalc. Which means every program ive downloaded this [almost] ever has been rated, so its a lot. But i dont think its over 100 and im pretty sure its less than 50, so i voted in 10-50 range.

Reply to this comment    17 March 2004, 23:08 GMT


Re: Re: How many files have you rated?
Memwaster  Account Info

I have a directory on my desktop called "TI89 stuff", but now it seems to be the destination of everything I download...

Reply to this comment    18 March 2004, 08:21 GMT


Re: Re: Re: How many files have you rated?
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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On my old computer, I had C:/unzipped (suggested by winzip) and everything goes in there. I think I have the whole TI-82 ASM archive in there, as well as most of the TI-89 ASM archive. :) It's really cluttered.

Reply to this comment    18 March 2004, 15:15 GMT

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jrock7286  Account Info
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I have a C:/winzip/ folder with 89, 83plus, and 49g subfolders...

Reply to this comment    18 March 2004, 18:10 GMT

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chemoautotroph Account Info
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I keep all my downloaded files in a backup directory on my second harddrive, and when I want to use the files in the ZIPS, I either unzip them to my "My Documents" folder, which I use as a temporary directory, or drag them from winzip directly into TI-Connect.

Reply to this comment    19 March 2004, 13:23 GMT

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no_one_2000_  Account Info
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Good idea, I should have done that. Oh well, too late now :)

Reply to this comment    20 March 2004, 03:42 GMT

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Konrad Meyer  Account Info
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I have a 'ti' folder with seperate directories for every folder.

Reply to this comment    20 March 2004, 05:57 GMT

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Konrad Meyer  Account Info
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Gzip is so much better.

Reply to this comment    20 March 2004, 05:57 GMT

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Doug Temple Account Info

49g? TRAITOR!!! (lol)

To get back on topic, I've got separate folders for each calculator in my root C drive.

And I voted 0 when I first came on, since I hadn't rated any, then all of a sudden I went and rated like 20 files. But you can't change your vote here...

Well I've rated 20 or so, but voted 0 because that's how many I had rated when I voted.

Reply to this comment    20 March 2004, 15:26 GMT


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no_one_2000_  Account Info
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Eh, HP-49G+'s are pretty good. Their interface is just a little weird (not TI-ish). But if he had a CASIO folder... THEN you should be worried ;-)

Reply to this comment    21 March 2004, 18:17 GMT


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jrock7286  Account Info
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well, to make you feel better, I should probably tell you that I've only downloaded about 5 things for the 49g, and programmed about 10-15 myself. TI, I've probably downloaded about 300, and programmed close to that as well...so TI is ahead 600 to 20...

Reply to this comment    24 March 2004, 01:34 GMT


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Sam3.14 Account Info

I have parents who hate anything to do with electronics, so I keep all my files in a folder inconspicuously named C:/Program Files/ti34576
It totals about 1 GB, with 7000 files.

Reply to this comment    24 March 2004, 14:28 GMT

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Memwaster  Account Info

I also have a "temp" folder that now seems to contain files I want to keep.

That's why I made a "realtemp" directory, that gets eraced when windows starts...

Reply to this comment    20 March 2004, 16:09 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: How many files have you rated?
Morgan Davies  Account Info
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Heh....I have a folder titled Calculators within my home folder. It is 843 MB :-)

I also have a ticalc.org folder....61.2 MB :-)

Reply to this comment    22 March 2004, 05:22 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: How many files have you rated?
Travis Evans Account Info

Since I'm sharing a computer right now, all my stuff goes in C:\Travis (on my old computer, I had my drive partitioned so the OS went on C:\ and I could dump everything else in D:\), and in there I have temp\, which I use for unzipping or testing stuff, temp\_PURGE_\ (that gets cleared automatically every once in a while; any junk I don't need anymore can go there), ti-calc\ti-89\downloads\, and for other downloaded stuff, www\files\, www\pages\, or www\sites\, depending on what it is... and I usually have even those further divided into subfolders.

But I wish I had a Linux computer so my paths could be nicer. I could prefix ~/ to go to my files and use forward slashes instead of backslashes. And then use handy hard links and symlinks everywhere. :)

Reply to this comment    23 March 2004, 20:38 GMT

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